Trump calls for deporting illegal immigrants with 'no judges or court cases'

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President Donald Trump on Sunday compared people entering the US from Central America invaders and said they should be immediately deported without a hearing.

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We can not allow all of these people to invade our Country.

Mr. Trump said they should be deported with "no Judges or Court Cases".

"Our system is a mockery to good immigration policy and law and order".

The U.S. leader claimed that the U.S. immigration law is "laughed at all over the world, is very unfair to all of those people who have gone through the system legally and are waiting on line for years".

Johnson acknowledged in the interview that the United States demand for drugs fueled instability in Central America and contributed to migration trends, but indicated repeatedly that policies like DACA incentivized people to enter the USA illegally. In the survey conducted Thursday and Friday, 72% of all adults responding said they opposed the family-separation policy and 51% of Republicans said they favored it. But according to Michael McCaul, a Republican lawmakers from Texas and a co-sponsor of the hard-line bill, the White House was not giving up on it.

Trump's continued statements on immigration and border security, including his call on Sunday for the USA to forgo the use of judges, come as Congress attempts to grapple with the issue.

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Last week, Trump signed an executive order aimed at stopping such separations.

McCaul, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said the compromise measure, which he helped craft, fits the bill for what Trump is seeking on immigration. "That is what the American people want, and a path towards citizenship for people who are undocumented".

"The president of the United States has just forcefully proposed the end of political asylum and no due process for migrants", Sherrilyn Ifill, president of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, wrote on Twitter. "The president's suggestion that there is a ton of process for these individuals is simply wrong".

His proposal drew immediate criticism from legal analysts and immigrant rights advocates who said it would violate the U.S. Constitution's due process provision, which applies to citizens and non-citizens alike.

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Immigration, which has been a cornerstone of the Trump administration from his first day in office, has been a topic of heated discussion over the last few weeks.

The legislation also calls for the creation of more shelters to house families together. "Strong Borders, No Crime!"

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